Jingu taima
   = taima

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  • Taima —    Also Jingu taima. The formal name given to the millions of o fuda or amulets of Amaterasu distributed by the Ise shrine. It constitutes a seat of the kami through which she may be worshipped. Smaller o mamori or o harai of Amaterasu are… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Ise Jingu —    or Ise no jingu, Ise Daijingu. The Ise Shrine or Grand Shrine of Ise in Mie prefecture south west of Nara by the Isuzu river. It comprises two shrine complexes; the Kotai Jingu or Naiku (Inner Shrine) of Amaterasu and the Toyouke Daijingu or… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Santuario de Ise — Para otros usos de este término, véase Ise. Vista del Santuario Principal de Naikū, la zona más sagrada del Santuario de Ise. Su acceso …   Wikipedia Español

  • O-fuda — Un o fuda (御札 ou お札, o fuda?) est un gofu (護符, gofu …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ofuda — The Ofuda Appeared. Published by the Shinto shrine. Ofuda, (御札, a Great note, ) is a gofu (護符) or a talisman issued by a Shinto shrine. It may also be called shinpu (神符). It is made by inscribing the name of a kami and the name of the Shinto shri …   Wikipedia

  • O-fuda — (御札) is a gofu (護符) or a talisman issued by Shinto shrine. It may also be called shinpu (神符). It is made by inscribing the name of a kami, the name of Shinto shrine, or a representative of kami on a strip of paper, wood, cloth, or metal.It is to… …   Wikipedia

  • Amaterasu o-mikami —    Heaven shining great kami. The kami enshrined principally at the inner shrine of the Ise jingu and at numerous other shrines throughout Japan. The name is widely translated Sun goddess . The gender of Amaterasu was not settled until the sixth… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

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